Maria Fernandez

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Europe AD 814 - at Charlemagne's death

Europe AD 814 - at Charlemagne's death

Mongolia - Mongolian Deer Stone. Deer stones (also known as reindeer stones) are ancient megaliths carved with symbols that can be found all over the world but are concentrated largely in Siberia and Mongolia. The name comes from their carved depictions of flying deer.

Mongolian Deer Stone, ancient megaliths carved with symbols that can be found all over the world but are concentrated largely in Siberia and Mongolia and are believed to have originated there. The name comes from their carved depictions of flying deer

Map of Ancient Egypt - I have an entire file of ancient maps I downloaded. It helps when watching some shows on History, or TLC.

Nile Valley of Ancient Egypt ~ Egyptian civilization developed along the banks of the river Nile. The Nile Valley stands in sharp contrast to the arid deserts of Africa. Its long, narrow flood plain was a magnet for life, attracting people, animals and pl

A propósito del árbol de la filogenia humana | Reflexiones de un primate

A propósito del árbol de la filogenia humana | Reflexiones de un primate

Cráneo del yacimiento de Dolni Vestonice (Republica Checa) datado en unos 31.000 años y perteneciente a las primeras poblaciones de Homo sapiens llegadas a Europa. Fuente: www.newscientist.com.

Cráneo del yacimiento de Dolni Vestonice (Republica Checa) datado en unos 31.000 años y perteneciente a las primeras poblaciones de Homo sapiens llegadas a Europa. Fuente: www.newscientist.com.

Comparison of Homo naledi skulls to skulls of other hominin species. Image credit: Hawks et al, doi: 10.7554/eLife.24232.

Comparison of Homo naledi skulls to skulls of other hominin species. Image credit: Hawks et al, doi:

El cráneo de Steinheim y la teoría pre-sapiens | Reflexiones de un primate

El cráneo de Steinheim y la teoría pre-sapiens | Reflexiones de un primate

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Foot fossils of human relative illustrate evolutionary 'messiness' of bipedal walking: Study of Homo naledi suggests that new species walked upright and also climbed trees